Board member of the Lecturers without borders Mikhail Khotyakov who is teaching mathematics in German schools shares one of his lectures for high school students starting from grade 7 or 8 about countable sets in a Hilbert Hotel example. Mikhail calls it a Naum Vilenkin Hotel, since he first learned this concept from a great popular science writer Naum Vilenkin. The latter also developed and beautified the concept.

Suitable audience: gymnasium, highschool #science #math

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Board member of the Lecturers without borders Dr. Liubov Tupikina is a researcher, working on stochastic processes and applications with research groups in France, Germany, Russia.

Suitable audience: university students, high school #masterlevel #biology #maths #English 

Another lecture made by Liubov is a real class for her university students recorded via zoom. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362473-Local-Recording#h_cf261a11-8a1e-4fa5-81df-d0415e99b434 

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Board member of the Lecturers without borders Dr. Athanasia Nikolaou is a physicist who works on climate for Earth and exoplanets in the Sapienza University of Rome. Her science slam video conveys basic information on the ‘magma ocean’ stage. This stage is a key to understanding how water came to be on rocky planets, like on our Earth! Can be useful both for school students and teachers as a source for inspiration on planetary science.

Suitable audience:  #generic #entertaining #science

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Two video lectures recorded by Dr. Rajinder Sharma on Joint Probability Distributions (Joint Probability Mass Function and Joint Probability Density Function cover) is an excellent opportunity for already experienced users to know more about certain areas of science. It will also be a great help for the Engineering Students studying Probability and Statistics Course.

Suitable audience:  gymnasium, high school, university #science #statistics #probability

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Another video lecture made by Dr. Rajinder Sharma on Joint Probability Distributions (Covariance and Correlation), and Simple Linear Regression for the Engineering  Students studying Probability and Statistics Course.

Suitable audience:  gymnasium, high school, university #science #statistics #probability


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Those of you who are fluent in Greek, can enjoy the TED Talk lecture made by our partner and friend Kosmas Gazeas from „Planets In Your Hand” project. Kosmas Gazeas studied Physics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and received his postgraduate and doctoral degree in Observational Astrophysics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The lecture is a talk about Lunar Habitability and our efforts of visiting permanently the Moon.

Suitable audience: elementary, gymnasium, high school, general public #entertaining #science

Another contribution to our video library is made in French and is devoted to math. The author is Sergey Dovgal, a third-year PhD student in Université Paris 13.

Suitable audience: high school, universities #science #math

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